In praise of medical officers

IN the light of the current back and forth between junior and senior doctors, I would like to offer my opinion and in the process put some perspective to the debate.

I work in Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang which is arguably one of the busier hospitals in the country as we have graced the pages of this august publication from time to time and yet, inspite of being overworked and understaffed, I have yet to see my junior doctors, whether house officers or medical officers, complain. If they did, I have not seen it in the form of letters to the editor or letters to the higher authorities.

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